Beloved Crooner to be Celebrated in Chester

Grade I Listed attraction and active church Chester Cathedral has announced that it will soon be paying tribute to Canadian crooner Michael Bublé.

For two consecutive nights, the event, entitled Bublé Big Band by Candlelight, will allow fans of the artist from around Chester and beyond to hear his music, illuminated by candles in the Gothic interior of the cathedral.

Performing at the evening concert will be one of the UK’s foremost Michael Bublé tribute artists accompanied by live big band. Designed to offer an uplifting experience for music lovers, the show will feature a whole host of classic tracks popularised by Bublé, including Everything, Me and Mrs Jones and Cry Me A River.

With 15 Juno awards and five Grammy Awards to his name, Bublé has sold more than 75 million records during his star-studded career. Since he released his debut album in 2003, which became an overnight success in his home country of Canada and the UK, the singer has enjoyed acclaim from critics and the public alike.

The Chester Cathedral concerts will faithfully recreate an authentic Bublé performance for audiences, with a stage bathed in candlelight. Holding regular services each week and a wide range of eclectic event, the cathedral receives over 300,000 visitors every year, making it among Chester’s most treasured landmarks.

Bublé Big Band by Candlelight will take place on Friday, July 28, and Saturday, July 29. Chester Cathedral can be found on Werburgh Street and the performance will start at 7:30 pm on both nights.

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